The Carrera 4S’s 6-cylinder engine is equipped with a direct-fuel-injection system that helps boost output to 385 horsepower and 310 foot-pounds of torque, compared to the 355 hp and 295 ft-lbs of
Currently designed as a throwback with a retractable glass-pane roof, the original 1967 Porsche Targa (named after the Targa Florio sports-car race in Sicily, Italy) was developed with a stainless
Those who enjoy the open air of a convertible and the rigidity of a coupe will find a happy compromise in the Porsche Targa 4S.
The limited-production Cayenne GTS PD Edition 3 is to Porsche’s SUV family what the GT3 is to the 911.
The Porsche GT3 is of the few 911 models that you can drive from your home directly onto the track and honestly feel like it belongs at both venues.
A turbocharged engine provides the Cayenne Turbo with enough power to rival some sports cars.
The Cayenne has been a source of significant consternation for Porsche purists since its debut in 2002.
1961 Porsche 356B GTL Abarth Carrera
In the world of high-performance cars, the Porsche 911 Turbo has nothing to prove.
Weight is the enemy of performance. It’s something that Porsche, with some 28,000 racetrack triumphs under its belt, knows better than most.
To think of the 911 as a single model in Porsche’s scintillating range of sporting vehicles would be a pretty egregious understatement.
Admittedly, the Panamera’s looks are an acquired taste.
Porsche’s ultimate assault on the off-road arena was the impressive Cayenne Turbo S, an uncompromising SUV-cum-sport wagon that established the performance standard for its vehicle class.
Following more than two years of rendered images from Porsche and speculation on the Internet, the four-door Porsche Panamera (www
1960 Porsche Type 718 RS 60 Spyder
In racing and in sales, German sports-car manufacturers are fierce competitors.
The Porsche 911’s soap-bar-shaped body seemingly has not changed since 1963, when the first models rolled out of Stuttgart.
You may have to look twice to discern the changes to the Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrera S Coupe and Cabriolet for the 2009 model year; the big news lies beneath
Most Porsches, even the steroid-enhanced 911 GT2, display an air of Teutonic reserve—not sterility, but a certain degree of rationality.
If removing the roof of a car increases your daily vitamin D intake, it usually does so at the cost of performance.
Blasting through puddles at 187 mph on the main runway at Alhorn flugplatz in northern Germany, Porsche’s 2008 911 GT2 spits out a rooster tail taller than Miss Budweiser’s.
Appearing like a 911 coupe captured through a
wide-angle lens, the Panamera is Porsche’s answer to Mercedes-Benz’s highly
successful four-door, four-passenger CLS.
The $59,890 Lotus Exige S (www.lotuscars.com) may look like a bantamweight in this company of heavy hitters, but make no mistake: This mid-e
The first Porsche 911 Turbo hit the streets more than 30 years ago, and depending on one’s perspective, the latest, greatest, sixth-generation Turbo can be considered either a descendant from that
“On the gas! On the gas! On the gas!” my guide repeated as I shot up the side of a sand dune in a Porsche Cayenne Turbo S.
When the new Porsche Cayman S arrives in showrooms in the spring of 2006, it may look familiar; it will share front fenders, hood, doors, headlights, and taillights with the Boxster convertible.
Driving the 2006 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet is not an experience that will make you hold on to your hat, at least not literally.